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SIR JOHN FROISSART Chronicles of England, France, Spain and the adjoining countries from the latter part of the reign of Edward II to the coronation of Henry IV. Vol.3

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SIR JOHN FROISSART
Chronicles of England, France, Spain and the adjoining countries from the latter part of the reign of Edward II to the coronation of Henry IV. Vol.3
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that they (hall be-in example to all others: in*, têftimony whereof, we have had thefe letters patent drawn up, given at Calais the 24th day of O&o-ber, in the year of grace and of our Lord 1360. • CttâP. CCXL THE TRANSACTIONS OF THE TWO KINGS OF* * FRANCE AND ENGLAND, WHEN AT CALAIS, RESPECTING THE DUCHY OF BRITTANY AND SOME LANDS OF THE LATE GODFREY DE HAR- COURT. KING JOHN SETS OUT FROM CALAIS AND RETURNS HOME IN FREEDOM. ^prKEN all thefe letters, had been drawn up, anji, the different. conuniffions delivered, which* were mutually done by the advice and to the. fatis* fa&ion of each other, there was fome converfatioiv m refpe&ing fir Charles lè Blois and fir John de-Montfort, and the itate of Brittany, for each of them , claimed it as their right of inheritance : and though there.was a conference holden, how thefe matters couM be fettled, nothing was definitively done j, for, as. I.have finçe been informed, the king of England and his party had no great defire of agree-kg to it. They prefumed, that henceforward all men at arms attached to them would be obliged to furren-der every fort and ftrong place which they at pre* fent held and poffefTed in the kingdom of France, and that they would retire to whatever parts they, chofe : it was therefore much better, and more pro-


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